Tehran (IP) - In an account that underscores concerns about the American prison system, two Iranian citizens, Reza Sarhangpour and Mehrdad Moin Ansari, returned to Tehran after years of incarceration in U.S. penitentiaries. Their harrowing experiences cast a stark light on the injustice prevalent within American prisons.

Iran PressIran news: Reza Sarhangpour, who endured a staggering 800 days behind bars in the United States on charges he vehemently denies, decried the lack of evidence supporting his conviction. "The American government accused me of circumventing sanctions without a shred of credible proof," Sarhangpour lamented. His case raises questions about due process and the treatment of people within the American judicial system.

Furthermore, Sarhangpour pointed to the United States' adversarial stance towards Iranian citizens, a stance the international community has been slow to address. His account highlights concerns about human rights violations in the American prison system.

Mehrdad Moin Ansari, another former prisoner returning from U.S. custody, shared his own unsettling experiences. "American behavior was far from commendable," Moin Ansari remarked, recounting his 11 months in an American prison during which he couldn't even catch a glimpse of the sky.

Moin Ansari has vowed to bring the details of his injustice to light, pledging to make the documents available to the public and media. These revelations cast a shadow over the American prison system and call for a renewed commitment to transparency, justice, and international human rights standards.


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